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<div style="float:right; margin-top: 0.0em; margin-bottom:3px; background-color: #cee0f2; padding: .2em .6em; font-size: 130%; border:1px solid #A3B1BF;"><span style="font-size: larger;font-weight: bold;">&larr;</span> '''[[Ohio 2009 ballot measures|2009]]''' </div>'''Two ballot measure''' have been certified for the [[2010 ballot measures|2010 ballot]] in the state of [[Ohio]].
 
* Two certified measures appeared on the [[BC2010#May|May 4, 2010]] primary election ballot. Both measures were approved.
 
* Two certified measures appeared on the [[BC2010#May|May 4, 2010]] primary election ballot. Both measures were approved.
* A total of ten proposed initiatives have been filed with the state for the 2010 ballot.  
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* A total of ten proposed initiatives were filed with the state for the 2010 ballot. Ohio signature filing deadlines have passed. None of the proposed initiatives were certified for the ballot.  
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The '''signature filing deadlines''' for the [[2010 ballot measures|2010 ballot]] in [[Ohio]] were:
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* For a statute, signatures were required ten days before the 2010 session of the [[Ohio State Legislature]] began, which was [[2010 ballot measure calendar#January|January 4]].  The recommended filing deadline was [[2009 ballot measure calendar#December|December 23, 2009]].  
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* For a constitutional amendment the deadline was [[2010 ballot measure calendar#June|June 30, 2010]].
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* For a [[veto referendum]], signatures were required to be filed within ninety (90) days after the law or section of law to be referred had been filed with the Secretary of State by the Governor and any petition that was filed within that window of opportunity, but 125 days before the next election, would go on the next general election ballot that occurred over a year later.
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==On ballot==
 
==On ballot==
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* [[February 2, 2010 ballot measures in Ohio|February 2]] • [[May 4, 2010 ballot measures in Ohio|May 4]] • [[November 2, 2010 ballot measures in Ohio|November 2]]
 
* [[February 2, 2010 ballot measures in Ohio|February 2]] • [[May 4, 2010 ballot measures in Ohio|May 4]] • [[November 2, 2010 ballot measures in Ohio|November 2]]
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==Signature filing deadlines==
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The '''signature filing deadlines''' for the [[2010 ballot measures|2010 ballot]] in [[Ohio]] were:
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* For a statute, signatures were required ten days before the 2010 session of the [[Ohio State Legislature]] began, which was [[2010 ballot measure calendar#January|January 4]].  The recommended filing deadline was [[2009 ballot measure calendar#December|December 23, 2009]].
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* For a constitutional amendment the deadline was [[2010 ballot measure calendar#June|June 30, 2010]].
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* For a [[veto referendum]], signatures were required to be filed within ninety (90) days after the law or section of law to be referred had been filed with the Secretary of State by the Governor and any petition that was filed within that window of opportunity, but 125 days before the next election, would go on the next general election ballot that occurred over a year later.
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 17:05, 9 July 2010

2011
2009
Two ballot measure have been certified for the 2010 ballot in the state of Ohio.
  • Two certified measures appeared on the May 4, 2010 primary election ballot. Both measures were approved.
  • A total of ten proposed initiatives were filed with the state for the 2010 ballot. Ohio signature filing deadlines have passed. None of the proposed initiatives were certified for the ballot.

On ballot

May 4

Type Title Subject Description Result
LRCA Issue 1 Bond issues Authorizes $700 million in bonds over five years for the Ohio Third Frontier program Approveda
LRCA Issue 2 Gambling Changes Columbus casino location from the Arena District to the former Delphi Corp. auto-parts plant Approveda

Proposed measures

Legislatively-referred

Type Title Subject Description
LRCA Casino Revenue and Commission Amendment Gambling Increase the state's share of casino revenues and amend Ohio Lottery Commission authority
LRCA Redistricting Amendment Redistricting Amends the redistricting process of state legislative districts


Not on the ballot

See also: Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
Type Title Subject Description Result
LRCA Cities Casino Amendment Gambling Allow cities to opt out of the casino plan Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
CICA Health Care Amendment Health care Exempt residents of Ohio from national health care mandates proposed for 2011
CICA Immigration Reform Initiative Immigration Would authorize police question a person's immigration status if there are any suspicions that they are illegal immigrants proposed for 2011
CICA Livestock Care Initiative Animal rights Requires that the Livestock Care Standards Board adopt certain minimum standards Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
CICA Sovereignty Amendment (3) Admin of gov't To redefine the state constitution: clearly establish authority and the powers allocated to each dept. proposed for 2011
VR Slot Machines Referendum Gambling Allow for slot machines in the state withdrawn from ballot
CISS Estate Tax Repeal Taxes Proposes eliminating Ohio's estate tax Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot

Local ballot measures

Signature filing deadlines

The signature filing deadlines for the 2010 ballot in Ohio were:

  • For a statute, signatures were required ten days before the 2010 session of the Ohio State Legislature began, which was January 4. The recommended filing deadline was December 23, 2009.
  • For a constitutional amendment the deadline was June 30, 2010.
  • For a veto referendum, signatures were required to be filed within ninety (90) days after the law or section of law to be referred had been filed with the Secretary of State by the Governor and any petition that was filed within that window of opportunity, but 125 days before the next election, would go on the next general election ballot that occurred over a year later.

See also

Articles

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